BLOCK 30 Index Launches for Crypto Trading Markets

Will Serve As One of The First US Multi-Factor Trading Crypto Indexes "Beyond Bitcoin"

SAN DIEGO, CA, USA, November 18, 2018 / — New BLOCK 30 Index Launches For Crypto Trading Markets Will Serve as One of The First US Multi-Factor Trading Indexes “Beyond Just Bitcoin”

San Diego, CA – BLOCK 30 Labs announced today the global release of its BLOCK 30 Index for the digital trading (“Crypto”) markets. The BLOCK 30 Index is one of the first US indexes to help investors track multiple factors beyond bitcoin, including: Market Cap, Asset Price, Trading Volume, Sector Weighting, Market Sentiment and an Index Committee.

“We studied the historical indexes of the past – many of which are still in use today – took that learning and applied some new innovations for the digital trading markets,” said BLOCK 30 Labs Founder, Brian McLaren Foote. “Digital trading is less than 10 years old and the early parallels to the Dow and the S+P 500 are eye opening.”

The BLOCK 30 index will be issued alongside the thematic sector indexes and a comprehensive TV media ticker, including: BLOCK 5, BLOCK 30, BLOCK 100, BLOCK 500, BLOCK 2000, BLOCK ASIA, BLOCK Finance, BLOCK Energy, BLOCK Transports, BLOCK Logistics, etc.

“With hundreds of blockchain projects planning to go public through STO’s (Security Token Offerings) in 2019, this kind of sophisticated index tracking will be important for global markets, thematic sector coverage and investor protection,” said Ryan Ballantyne, Sr. Vice President of Reality Shares ETF’s.

“The original 12 Dow stocks were mostly Railroads and Cotton, none of which are even in the Dow 30 today. You need to build an index that can reflexively track the lifecycles of a new trading market and BLOCK 30 Labs is solving for that 10-20 years out. As these markets mature, coverage beyond bitcoin will be critical.”

“There has been so much confusion on how to accurately measure the broader performance of this new asset class,” said Jared Tate, Founder of Digibyte, one of the core holdings in the BLOCK 30 Index. “BLOCK 30 is a major step forward towards getting an accurate gauge on the overall health of the market.”

BLOCK 30 Labs US is headquartered in San Diego, CA and includes a network of global blockchain technologists, computer scientists, economists, financial engineers, researchers and global media alumni from Yale, Harvard, Georgetown, Wharton, Duke, Stanford, UCSB and UCLA – working to improve the quality of coverage around blockchain and the digital trading markets. The BLOCK 30 Index was created in conjunction with Scow Research and Mark Grado Designs.

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How to get rid of cellulite: Introducing the warm gel which reduces cellulite through massage







How to get rid of cellulite during weight loss

So many women have cellulite.” says Vanna. “And it’s not an indication of how fit and healthy you are – skin flaws affect even the fittest person in the room.”

— Vanna Belt

MIAMI, FL, UNITED STATES, November 16, 2018 / — After a tough weight loss battle, many people are left wondering how to get rid of cellulite. The cause can be genetics, hormones, lifestyle, or the way your body distributes fat.

Vanna Belt’s Gel-V Hot Reduction & Cellulite Smoother gel helps visibly reduce the appearance of dimpled skin, improving the skin’s texture on the stomach, thighs, and buttocks. The formula contains a proprietary mineral, an essential vitamin complex, caffeine, and Centella Asiatica extract, which reduces fluid build-up and supports skin cell regeneration.

Gel-V Hot was created by social media fitness enthusiast Jovanna Correa. Vanna realized that no matter how much diet and exercise you engage in, everyone still faces challenges in their fitness journey.

Gel-V Hot should be applied every night before bed. It heats up when applied to the skin, helping it penetrate more deeply. Vanna recommends using your knuckles as well as fingers, or her V-Glove, which has nine rotating spheres which knead the dermal tissue over your cellulite helping to smooth it out.

Create healthy cellulite-busting habits
You can’t eat the cellulite away, but you can reduce its appearance with healthier food choices.

The more fat you have around the hips, buttocks and thighs, the more visible cellulite will be. Switching to whole, natural foods increases your intake of nutrients and fiber, while reducing how much refined sugar and fat you consume.

Drinking more water helps your body stay hydrated, reduce bloating, and flush out waste.

Add spice, not salt
Salt dehydrates the body and can lead to uncomfortable bloating, which also increases cellulite visibility.

Processed foods generally contain a higher salt content. Become a careful label-reader, or skip the prepared food altogether and cook fresh more often. Season with different spices to add flavor without sodium.

Balance weights and cardio
Doing hours of steady-state cardio can increase levels of stress hormones like cortisol, which stimulates fat storage. This is not how to get rid of cellulite fast.

To reduce cellulite, build muscle, and shed fat, combine strength training, circuit or interval training, and moderate amounts of steady-state cardio. Over time, you'll develop a slimmer, tighter physique and cellulite will be less apparent.

Motivated by her own fitness journey, Vanna’s products are formulated to achieve measurable results. “I know how frustrating it is to do everything right and be left with skin flaws. I wanted to create a product which rewards people for the hard work they do in the gym and the kitchen.

“Gel-V works alongside healthy diet and exercise, so my customers can see the results they want and deserve.”

About Vanna Belt
Vanna Belt skin care and weight loss solutions show customers the secret to the South Beach body. The company was founded in 2013 by social media fitness enthusiast and Miami native Jovanna Correa. Vanna's products have already provided real results and changed the lives of many women around the world.

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Help Fund Summer Camp and Enjoy Exclusive Monthly Best and Rare Wine Reward

Every Month Love Life and Enjoy Rewards to Share with Friends

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Join Our Fun Mission to Help Fund Summer Camp

Join Our Fun Mission to Help Fund Summer Camp

With Recruiting for Good...Making a Difference is Fun and Rewarding...Enjoy the World's Best Vintage

With Recruiting for Good…Making a Difference is Fun and Rewarding…Enjoy the World’s Best Vintage

Recruiting for Good is on a mission to help fund summer camp; and will reward referrals with monthly rarely found Vintages for a period of one year.

Happiness is helping kids and rewarding the world's best vintages to share with friends”

— Carlos Cymerman, Fun Advocate+Founder, Recruiting for Good

SANTA MONICA, CA, UNITED STATES, November 16, 2018 / — Recruiting for Good launched L.A's Funnest cause 'help fund summer camp.' People make referrals enabling Recruiting for Good to make placements; a portion of the fees earned are donated to fund summer camp scholarships, and participants enjoy a bottle of the world's best vintages, every month for one year. The reward is only available to Southern California residents, who have made a difference and are at least 30 years old.

According to Recruiting for Good, Founder Carlos Cymerman, “Now you can use your social network to make a difference with Recruiting for Good. Enjoy exclusive vintages monthly, only found at L.A.'s best wine stores like; Heritage Beverly Hills, The Wine House in West L.A., and Wally's Santa Monica.”

Why We Help Fund Summer Camp

1. Investing in enriching experiences prepares kids for tomorrow's jobs.
2. Save families money (average cost of summer camp in L.A. is $500 a week).
3. Moms deserve and need a fun vacation away from the kids (even for a couple of hours each day).

How to Make a Difference and Enjoy the Best Vintage Reward

Email, participation is confidential.

Carlos Cymerman adds, "Happiness is helping kids grow within, and rewarding the world's best vintages to share with family and friends. Imagine, every month enjoying a bottle of 2013 Chateau Lafite Rothschild, or 2014 Mommessin Clos De Tart."


Recruiting for Good is a socially progressive staffing company in Santa Monica, finding talented professionals awesome jobs, since 1998. Companies retain us to find the best talent in Accounting, Finance, Engineering, Information Technology, Marketing, and Sales professionals. We reward referrals with World's Best Parties, Travel, and Experiences. We launched L.A.'s funnest cause, mom club, and personal service "Helping Fund Summer Camp,

Fund Summer Camp, is funded by Recruiting for Good, our fun purpose is to help prepare kids for tomorrow's jobs by investing in enriching life experiences that inspire creativity, help kids find their passion and grow from within. Our purposeful funding service is confidential and personal. We meet moms to explain how recruiting referrals work; and how funding happens. To learn more visit

Since October 2017, Recruiting for Good has been funding, Santa Monica based community service, 'Our Moms Work,' providing cost free compassionate and confidential career mentoring services. 'Can't talk to your boss, significant other, or friends; we listen, and can help.' To learn more visit

In 2019, Recruiting for Good is launching Kids Love Work, offering cost free mentoring services in Santa Monica, to learn more visit; imagine kids learned about ownership and responsibility to love work and life.

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Infinite Beauty shares three essential tips for seasonal skin care

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Boutique U.S. beauty brand Infinite Beauty shares a trio of essential skin care tips for the approaching colder winter months.

MONTGOMERY , MARYLAND, USA, November 16, 2018 / — As the harsher winter months approach, Infinite Beauty claims there's never a more important time to ramp up skin care routines. Delicate and in need of constant care during winter, the skin is especially sensitive to seasonal, cold, and dry air, according to the boutique beauty, spa, and skincare product brand.

Infinite Beauty reveals that a daily routine with a focus on moisturization, hydration, and the application of sunscreen is all-important. "Always, always, always use sunscreen when stepping outdoors," says the brand's vice president of operations, Eric Inbar of Infinite Beauty's first essential tip for wintertime skin care.

Sunscreen should form the primary means of protection for an individual's skin from the harmful UV rays of the sun, but should not be deemed solely for use when the weather is hot, and the sun is shining, according to Infinite Beauty.

Instead, they say, it should be applied year-round to keep the skin healthy, radiant, and beautiful-looking. "Ideally, use a sunscreen with at least a rating of SPF 30, applied fifteen minutes before stepping out into the sunlight – even in winter," adds the company's vice president of operations.

Next, the brand points toward moisturization, with Inbar earmarking moisturizing skincare products as some of the most essential beauty staples for maintaining a glowing and healthy appearance.

"It's an absolutely indispensable part of everyday skin protection and should feature in every individual's skin care routine," he suggests of one of the brand's most essential tips. According to Infinite Beauty, even those with oily skin need to moisturize and are instructed to use a gel-based and non-comedogenic moisturizer which will not block the pores of the skin.

Along similar lines, the brand's third tip centers around staying hydrated. "Hydration is one of the biggest factors in achieving skin which shines," says Inbar, adding that for maximum hydration, people should remember to keep their water intake up, particularly in winter.

"Water purifies the body and rids it of toxins which can present themselves as skin problems. Accordingly, consuming a plentiful supply of water each day remains among the simplest and most cost-effective ways to keep the skin looking great," he adds, wrapping up.

For more from Infinite Beauty, including further skin care tips and advice, or to find out how to sign up for the brand's free VIP membership card, please visit the Infinite Beauty website and blog at or

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Oil painting by Franz Kline, Tiffany watch and engagement ring, Asian objects, more at Bruneau & Co.'s Nov. 24th auction

Post-Impressionist oil on board titled Sunny Afternoon by Franz Kline (Am., 1910-1962) (est. $5,000-$8,000).

Fine, 20th century leaded glass rose bronze lamp attributed to Gorham, 22 inches tall (est. $2,000-$3,000).

Chinese Qing Dynasty celadon white jade plaque with a fine, reticulated carving of storks (est. $2,000-$3,000).

Tiffany & Co. engagement ring with near colorless 1.24-carat square brilliant cut diamond (est. $8,000-$12,000).

Bruneau & Co. Auctioneers’ Estate Antiques & Fine Art Auction is planned for the Thanksgiving weekend on Saturday, November 24th, online and in the gallery.

This will be a well-rounded holiday sale, with a large assortment of jewelry from estates across southern New England, as well as interesting art from many local homes.”

— Kevin Bruneau

CRANSTON, R.I., UNITED STATES, November 16, 2018 / — Bruneau & Co. Auctioneers’ upcoming Estate Antiques & Fine Art Auction is planned for the Thanksgiving holiday weekend on Saturday, November 24th, online and in the firm’s gallery, located at 63 Fourth Avenue in Cranston. Offered will be 500 lots of fine jewelry, sterling silver, original artworks, furniture, art glass, sculpture, folk art, Asian objects and more.

“This will be a well-rounded holiday sale, with a large assortment of jewelry from estates across southern New England, as well as interesting art from many local homes,” said Bruneau & Co. Auctioneers company president and auctioneer Kevin Bruneau. “We invite everyone to come celebrate Thanksgiving with Bruneau & Co. and enjoy the complimentary food and beverage.”

The auction will begin promptly at 10 am Eastern time. Online bidding will be facilitated by,, and, or by downloading the mobile app “Bruneau & Co.” on iTunes or GooglePlay. Previews will be held on Wednesday, Nov. 21, and Friday, Nov. 23, from 9-5. Doors will open auction day at 8 am.

“With 500 lots this is surely not going to be a sprint of an auction,” remarked Travis Landry, a Bruneau & Co. specialist and auctioneer. “It promises to be an exciting, action-packed day. From fine jewelry and period furnishings to a Franz Kline painting, there’s something for everyone.”

The Franz Kline (Mass./N.Y., 1910-1962) is a post-Impressionist oil on board titled Sunny Afternoon (est. $5,000-$8,000). The painting, an early example from Kline’s career, depicts a farmer and his donkey in an outdoor setting. It’s signed and titled and housed in a 16 inch by 21 inch frame. Also, a signed oil on canvas post-Impressionist figural seascape painting by Jack Keijo Steele (Wash., 1919-2003), 27 inches by 33 inches (framed) should bring $2,000-$3,000.

Other noteworthy original paintings will include a pair of works with identical pre-sale estimates of $1,000-$2,000. One is a coastal Maine atmospheric seascape watercolor by the avant-garde artist of the Boston School, George Hawley Hallowell (Mass., 1871-1926), signed and 36 inches by 29 inches (framed). The other is a portrait oil on canvas painting, possibly of President Grover Cleveland, by Nicola Marschall (Am./Germ., 1829-1917), signed and dated (“1886”) lower left.

Additional fine artworks will feature three paintings by the Swiss modernist Albert Chavaz (1907-1990), including a hunting game still life and a nocturnal landscape; three abstract expressionist crayon drawings by Taro Yamamoto (American, 1919-1994); an oil portrait of World War I French general Marshal Joseph Joffre by George Luks (Pa./N.Y., 1867-1933); and many artworks deaccessioned from the deCordova Museum & Sculpture Park in Lincoln, Mass.

The Tiffany name will be called more than once. A Tiffany & Company engagement ring with a stunning, near colorless 1.24-carat square brilliant cut diamond in a platinum solitaire setting and VVS1 clarity, with very good polish and symmetry, should garner $8,000-$12,000; and a Tiffany Swiss platinum repeater pocket watch, made circa 1902, with 29-jewel C. H. Meylan movement and Art Deco stylized face and subsidiary second hand dial, is expected to realize $3,000-$5,000.

Asian offerings will include a circa 1900 palace-size Persian Mahal wool carpet rug, 26 feet 2 inches by 17 feet 3 inches, having a diamond ivory medallion with floral tendrils surrounded by thousands of flowers and lattice work within geometric and floral borders (est. $3,000-$5,000); and a Chinese Qing Dynasty celadon white jade plaque, 4 inches by 3 ¼ inches, showing a fine, reticulated carving of a phalanx of storks foraging in a marsh in high relief (est. $2,000-$3,000).

The Asian category will also feature porcelain, wood carvings and several jades, highlighted by the aforementioned Qing Dynasty jade plaque, plus a lovely Kangxi baluster form scenic vase.

Decorative accessories will be plentiful and will include a fine, 20th century leaded glass rose bronze lamp attributed to Gorham, 22 inches tall, with a vibrant, 18-inch diameter stained glass shade consisting of polychrome roses with green foliage and amber glass (est. $2,000-$3,000); and an exceptional early 19th century Chippendale gilt carved wood mirror, 44 inches by 22 inches, finely decorated with a central urn flanked by facing Chinese birds (est. $1,000-$1,500).

The folk art category will be highlighted by a pair of Leonard Wyburd Arts & Crafts Thebes stools. Also in the sale are a 19th century American ship’s ‘woolie’ embroidered textile, a double flame Murano art glass sculpture by Adriano Valentina (b. 1945), and an early 19th century Ethan Allen type gilt copper and zinc weathervane. Telephone and absentee bids will be accepted.

Bruneau & Co.’s next big sale after this one is an important Toys & Comics Auction, slated for Saturday, December 1st, also online and in the Cranston gallery. Up for bid will be over 325 lots, to include significant comics such as DC Flash #105 CBCS 9.0 est. $15,000-$25,000; Marvel Fantastic Four #48 CBCS 8.5 est. $3,000-$5,000; Marvel Incredible Hulk #181 CBCS 9.4 est. $6,000-$9,000; DC Detective Comics #142 CBCS 6.5 est. $2,000-$3,000; and other rarities.

To learn more about Bruneau & Co. Auctioneers and the firm’s calendar of upcoming auctions, to include the Thanksgiving holiday weekend sale and the December 1 Toys & Comics Auction, please visit Updates are posted frequently. To contact the company via e-mail, use Or, you can phone them at the gallery, at (401) 533-9980.

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Include these Expert Cyber Safety Video Tips in Your Holiday Consumer Protection Stories

CLEARWATER, FL, USA, November 16, 2018 / — Cybercriminals love the holidays! Fraud incidents in October, November and December increase 50% over the annual average. As part of your consumer holiday coverage, feel free to include video tips from the non-profit Center for Cyber Safety and Education on issues impacting families: online shopping, guidance for parents buying tech gifts, avoiding holiday scams and staying safe during holiday travel. Each video includes 15 second, on-camera sound bites in high res, available in English from our Director, Patrick Craven, and in Spanish from our Community Engagement Coordinator, Beatriz Parres.

Use the videos in a news package, VOSOT, Look Live, digital content or whatever works best for you. We just ask that you follow these guidelines: 1) Please use the proper lower thirds; 2) Give the Center for Cyber Safety and Education credit when using the materials; 3) Include a link to our website – – in the web story.
All videos will be shared via Dropbox. To receive the links to download the materials, please reply to me, Sarah Nicholas, PR Specialist for the Center, at or call me at 269-903-9167. I look forward to hearing from you!

About Center for Cyber Safety and Education
The Center for Cyber Safety and Education is a non-profit charitable trust committed to making the cyber world a safer place for everyone. The Center works to ensure that people across the globe have a positive and safe experience online through their award-winning educational programs, scholarships, and research. Visit

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solo sciences inc. (solo*) Adds to Advisory Board

Continues to Build Team with Strategic Hires

We’re creating supply chain infrastructure and consumer protections for cannabis that will come to be recognized as a trade standard and a model that can be replicated across dozens of industries.”

— Chirag Shah, Advisor, solo*

BOSTON, MA, USA, November 16, 2018 / — The team at solo sciences inc. (solo*) continues to gain support for the company’s rapid expansion. Most recently, Chirag Shah has joined the Advisory Board of solo*. He brings to the team more than 17 years of experience in supply chains, product security as well as risk management and mitigation. He also possesses a diverse background in several highly regulated industries. Mr. Shah is currently serving as the Director of Global Product Security at Sanofi Pharmaceutical.

“It is an honor to join solo* at this pivotal juncture,” Mr. Shah said. “We’re creating the kind of supply chain infrastructure and consumer protections for cannabis that will come to be recognized as not just a trade standard, but a model that can be replicated across dozens of industries.”

Two other recent additions to the solo* team, Mark Troy and Chris Battis, have rounded out the company’s sales marketing department. Mr. Troy, the new Chief Marketing Officer, is a 25-year veteran of the world of digital marketing. He was the founder of Union Resolute, a demand generation agency; and Oomiji, a platform that improves user engagement with companies or organizations. Mr. Battis, the new VP of Growth, has more than a decade of marketing, project management, and executive experience. Prior to coming to solo*, he was the Director of Technical Services at Hubspot and, prior to that, the founder of Great Island Technologies, an inbound marketing agency, that was acquired by Hubspot in 2013.

“We couldn’t be happier to have Chirag on our Advisory Board,” solo* CEO Alex Shah said. “He has that unique, analytical mind that can recognize a problem from a mile away and immediately diagnose it. Meanwhile, Mark and Chris both hit the ground running on their first day with us, have become absolutely vital to our team, and have become instrumental in developing relationships with brands."

About solo sciences inc.   (

solo sciences inc. (solo*) is an independent auditor of information and a conduit to collect direct consumer feedback. The Company’s primary mission is to protect consumers by filtering brands and simplifying the purchasing process. By evaluating the business practices and products of participating brands, and allowing those that qualify to become solo* Members, solo* provides consumers with objective, third-party verification of brands and products in a new industry that, for many, is still difficult to navigate. Founded in December 2017, and with offices in Boston, New York, and Los Angeles, the solo* team united people from backgrounds in finance, industry, branding, and medical research to generate a technology that could create trust and transparency in the marketplace. To learn more, visit

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Diligent research by Bruce Wood of Woodshed Art Auctions propels Gainsborough oil portrait study to $103,125 at auction

Oil portrait study by Thomas Gainsborough (Br., 1727-1788) for The Honourable Mrs. Graham ($103,125).

Wood’s infra-red photography revealed a complex and energetic drawing hidden beneath the surface of the paint.

Oil on canvas painting by a follower of Edward Hopper (Am., 1882-1967), titled Office at Night ($7,500).

Tempera on paper attributed to Claude Monet (Fr., 1840-1926), titled Winter Landscape ($3,900).

Oil on canvas landscape attributed to Jean-Baptiste-Camille Corort (Fr., 1796-1875) ($3,750).

What was initially thought to be an ordinary copy ended with a six-figure finish at the firm’s November 1st fine art auction held online and in Franklin, Mass.

FRANKLIN, MASS., UNITED STATES, November 16, 2018 / — FRANKLIN, Mass. – Diligent research by Bruce Wood of Woodshed Art Auctions propelled what was initially believed to be an ordinary copy of a painting to a six-figure finish at the firm’s November 1st fine art auction titled Gainsborough, Monet, Warhol & Friends. The painting was an oil portrait study by Thomas Gainsborough (1727-1788) titled The Honourable Mrs. Graham.

Wood’s examination of the under-drawing and comparison with Gainsborough’s drawing style led to the conclusion that the painting was a precursor to the finished work, which hangs in the Scottish National Galleries in Edinburgh. Still, to be safe, Wood called it an attribution for the sale, but savvy bidders were convinced. The final price, with buyer’s premium, was $103,125.

The painting, in a 40 ¼ inch by 55 inch frame, was in fine condition, though it did show signs of age, furthering the notion it was a study. The cracking was consistent with portraits of the period, including ones in Edinburgh’s National Gallery. Wood’s infra-red photography revealed a complex and energetic drawing hidden beneath the surface of the paint, a convincing revelation.

The selling price outperformed the pre-sale estimate of $75,000-$100,000, cementing the notion that the painting, perhaps Gainsborough’s most intricate and recognizable compositions and one of the finest examples of 18th century portraiture, was indeed by the famed British artist. Wood’s discovery led to an examination of another Gainsborough in the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston.

But his investigation wasn’t limited to stateside research. Wood hopped a flight to Edinburgh to view The Honourable Mrs. Graham up close and personal, and perform infra-red photography there in the gallery. What he learned led to a deeper understanding of Gainsborough’s working methods. The artist was very precise when rendering fine fabrics, jewels, hair and accoutrements.

The hair in the painting was of particular interest to Wood. The infra-red technology led to his discovery of how he rendered the sitter’s coiffures in such a dynamic manner – an underlying sketch in black chalk. When highlighted with paint, the quick, vertical strokes of black chalk added to the dynamism of the sitter’s fashionable up-do and added depth to the static portrait.

The technique prompted further investigation by Wood, who found similar under-drawing technique not just on the painting in Scotland but also Gainsborough’s works titled Haymaker and Sleeping Girl, both done in the 1780s and now housed in Boston’s Museum of Fine Arts.

Gainsborough was also adept at drawing elegant hands. In The Honourable Mrs. Graham, the hands extend from an already elongated wrist and end seamlessly into her gown. The elongated, clutching fingers enhance the elegance of the sitter and pronounce the dainty features of his elite, sophisticated clientele. An infra-red photo revealed quickly sketched hands in the under-drawing.

The variation on backgrounds is probably the clearest indication that the work sold was a preparation sketch. The background of the exhibited version in Scotland is a quintessential Gainsborough Rococo landscape, with an undulating, verdant hill and exquisitely rendered trees that would lay the groundwork for British Romanticism in the subsequent decades to come.

The study, however, displays a more somber (but equally striking) tone. The bucolic hillscape is replaced with a seemingly opaque mass of darkness, capped by an eerie sunset, providing a stark contrast to the delicate, pale white Mrs. Graham. It is reminiscent to the background in a 1759 Gainsborough Self-Portrait, and adds a dynamic to the rigid rules of 18th century portraiture.

Interestingly, the subject in the painting was born Mary Cathcart, the daughter of the Scottish ambassador to Russia. She spent her early years at the Court of Catherine the Great before her marriage to Thomas Graham in 1774. She was one of the most beautiful women of her time and Gainsborough, smitten with her himself, painted her multiple times, most often from memory.

Other paintings in Gainsborough, Monet, Warhol & Friends also performed well. They included:

• An oil on canvas painting by a follower of Edward Hopper (American, 1882-1967), titled Office at Night, artist signed and nicely housed in a 28 inch by 34 ¼ inch frame ($7,500).
• A tempera on paper work attributed to Claude Monet (French, 1840-1926), titled Winter Landscape, artist signed and verso stamped Collection Simon in Paris, France ($3,900).
• An oil on canvas landscape painting attributed to Jean-Baptiste-Camille Corot (French, 1796-1875), likely in the original frame measuring 23 ¾ inches by 26 ¾ inches ($3,750).
• An oil on canvas painting attributed to John Whorf (American, 1903-1959), titled Woman Reading, artist signed and with an auction label on upper stretcher bar ($1,250).

Woodshed Art Auctions is a family-owned art gallery specializing in oil painting restoration and live and online art auctions, celebrating its 50th anniversary. The firm is always accepting quality artworks for future auctions. To inquire about consigning a single piece or an entire collection, you may call Bruce Wood at 508-533-6277; or, e-mail him at

For more information about Woodshed Art Auctions and the firm’s calendar of upcoming fine art auctions, please visit

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Gain Private Access to The Best Black Friday Deals on Unique Gifts for Holiday 2018

C Larboard offers community members the opportunity to get the Best Pre-Black Friday 2018 deals on unique gifts from around the world.

C Larboard offers community members the opportunity to get the Best Black Friday 2018 deals on unique gifts from around the world

C Larboard's gift guide makes holiday 2018 gift-giving easy and fun.

C Larboard’s gift guides make holiday 2018 gift-giving easy and fun

Everyone needs to get places and getting there just got a lot easier and a whole lot more fun! C Larboard offers the Defiance Tools® B2 ebike for holiday 2018 and BEYOND.

Everyone needs to get places and with the Defiance Tools® B2 Ebike, getting there just got a lot easier and a whole lot more fun!

Join the C Larboard community of life enthusiasts and gain private access to crazy-low, Black Friday pricing on unique gifts sourced from around the world.

We're excited to share our Holiday Gift Guide for 2018. From the life enthusiast that's close to your heart to the mixologist who loves to throw parties and more, we have you covered!”

— Co-Founder, Zoé Coulcher

ORLANDO, FLORIDA, USA, November 16, 2018 / — The excitement this holiday season is growing with Black Friday just days away. Many brands have already released their best Black Friday deals of 2018. This year, is no exception in offering Black Friday deals galore – except there is a twist. has already released their Holiday 2018 Gift Guide full of unique gifts from around the world for literally everyone on any holiday gift-giver's list. Soon they will be releasing their jaw-dropping, Black Friday deals to the public.

But for members of the C Larboard community (those who have signed up for their mailing list or purchased a product), the craziness starts two days early with their lowest prices of the entire holiday season during Pre-Black Friday.

It’s hard to believe that holiday music is already playing on the radio and Christmas decorations are already up. Black Friday, Small Business Saturday and Cyber Monday are quickly approaching, and C Larboard is busy preparing for these big events.

C Larboard Co-Founders, Rich and Zoé Coulcher, know consumers are expecting some amazing deals and easy ways to navigate holiday gift giving. And the Co-Founders have delivered with a myriad of great options for gift-givers.

"We are so excited to share our Holiday Gift Guide for 2018," shared Co-Founder, Zoé Coulcher. "From the life enthusiast that's close to your heart and the mixologist who loves to throw parties (or maybe that’s you?) to the coffee and tea lovers and ladies you are shopping for this season, we have you covered!", said Ms. Coulcher.

Ms. Coulcher will be highlighting the C Larboard gift guide in different blog posts on the, but the categories are as follows:

✓Gifts for the Mixologist
✓Gifts for Coffee & Tea Aficionados
✓Gifts for Tool Enthusiasts
✓Gifts for Her
✓Stocking Stuffers
✓Hanukkah Gifts

"This year we have decided to offer our Best Black Friday 2018 Deals prior to Black Friday…and only for members of our C Larboard Community. Now don’t get me wrong, we are going to have some FANTASTIC unique gifts and promotions for Black Friday, Small Business Saturday and Cyber Monday. But our best discounts will be reserved for our past customers and folks that have signed up for our Pre-Black Friday mailing list!", said Co-Founder, Rich Coulcher.

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Demand for low-cost meat with high nutrition favors the global feed additives market

Antibiotics are the most popular feed additives that improve the health of livestock

Feed additives increase the disease resistance of the cattle and birds to combat several infections”

— Lead Analyst @ Market Data Forecast

HYDERABAD, TELANGANA, INDIA, November 16, 2018 / — Overview
Feed additives are substances that are added in animal food to enhance the level of nutrition that cannot be provided with the regular food. They are also used to improve resistance against some diseases. The antioxidant market is one of the fastest growing additive markets globally because of their essential contribution to the stability of feed. Of the chemical compounds that have been investigated so far, three compounds are found to be outstandingly effective antioxidants for feeds and feed ingredients both efficiently and economically. They are Ethoxyquin, BHA (butylated hydroxyanisole), BHT (butylated hydroxytoluene). It was recently found that Butylated Hydroxyanisole, one of the most widely used poultry food additive, prevented mortality in chickens exposed to Newcastle disease virus.

The Global Feed Additives Market was valued at around USD 25.43 billion in 2018 and is expected to reach USD 31.7 billion by 2023, growing at a CAGR of 4.5% during the forecast period.

Feed additives have become essential for the proper health of the animals as they provide sufficient vitamins, minerals, amino acids and fatty acids required for their growth. The increasing demand for livestock production for different purposes like meat, dairy products and other benefits have been supporting the rapid expansion of the feed additives market around the world. These feed additivities will also increase the diseases resistance of cattle and birds to combat several infections.

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The growing consumption levels of meat across the globe is the major factor driving the global feed additives market. Furthermore, increasing requirement for improving the health standards of livestock, technological innovations, industrialization of livestock sector, and risk of new infections in animals, awareness about the benefits of these additives, need for nutritious meat at low prices and other factors are also fueling to the growth of the feed additives market around the world.
On the contrary, the strict government regulations, fluctuations in the economies of different regions, rise in the expenses of operations, and the augmenting prices of raw materials are hampering the growth of the market.

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The full report provides the complete information about the global feed additives market and highlights the overall market share, size, trends, and future analysis. It also offers an in-depth analysis of by explaining the market based on its type, livestock and geographical distribution.

On the basis of the type, the market is segmented into antibiotics, antioxidants, amino acids, enzymes, vitamins, mycotoxin detoxifiers, prebiotics, acidifiers, and probiotics, feed pigments, feed binders, flavors and sweeteners, and feed minerals. Vitamins, amino acids, acidifiers, and antibiotics register the major portion of revenue, accounting for almost half. Feed antioxidants segment is expected to grow at rapid pace during the forecast period.

On the basis of livestock, the market is separated into poultry, cattle, swine, aquatic animals, and others. Of these segments, the poultry segment contributes to the market in a large extent.

On the basis of geographical distribution, the market is segmented into North America, Asia Pacific, Europe, Middle East and Africa and Latin America. The Asia Pacific region dominates the global feed additives market with almost 34% of the total revenue. The increasing demand for poultry meat, growing disposable income of the people and changes in the food preferences of the people in economies like India and China supplement the market growth in the Asia Pacific. It is expected to witness more growth in the coming years owing to the increasing awareness about the benefits of these feed additives.

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The full report also highlights the competitive landscape of the market around the world, which includes some of the key companies like BASF SE, Cargill, Inc., Chr. Hansen Holding A/S, Alltech, Inc., Novozymes A/S, Archer Daniels Midland Company, Pokphand Foods Public Company Limited and Adisseo France SAS. The feed additives supplied by these companies are used to serve various animal species including ruminants, poultry, swine, equine, pets and aquatic animals.

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• Global, regional and country-level analysis and forecasts of the study market; providing Insights on the major countries/regions in which this industry is blooming and to also identify the regions that are still untapped
• Segment-level analysis in terms of technology, component, and type along with market size forecasts and estimations to detect key areas of industry growth in detail
• Identification of key drivers, restraints, opportunities, and challenges (DROC) in the market and their impact on shifting market dynamics
• Study of the effect of exogenous and endogenous factors that affect the global market; which includes broadly demographic, economics, and political, among other macro-environmental factors presented in an extensive PESTLE Analysis
• Competitive landscape analysis listing out the mergers, acquisitions, collaborations in the field along with new product launches, comparative financial studies and recent developments in the market by the major companies
• An executive summary, abridging the entire report in such a way that decision-making personnel can rapidly become acquainted with background information, concise analysis and main conclusions

Related reports: Feed Pigment Market, Feed Enzymes Market, Organic Feed Additive Market

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